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Welcome to Kaya's World, 1764: Growing Up in a Native American Homeland
No preview available - 2003
18th century alloy Andrews Ladd Collection armor artists benizuri-e court Courtesy of Merlin Courtesy of R. E. Dailey daimyo daisho DAITO Edo period Eugene Fuller Memorial family crest forging Fuchi Fuller Memorial Collection Goto school helmet Higo Hilt of ray hitzu Hizen province incised surface detail Iron openwork Itame-hada grain Japan Japanese Prints Japanese sword Kamakura kashira katana KATSUKAWA SHUNSHO kogai Koto blade Kyoto Laminated carbon steel low relief Maru-gata shape Mary Andrews Ladd menuki metal military motif Muromachi period Museum of Art One-hole tang polished Portland Art Museum Private collection province R. E. Lewis ray skin samurai class samurai sword scabbard school of sword Seattle Art Museum Settsu province shakudo Shinshinto Shinto blade Shirazaya resting scabbard Signed silk cord silver style Suguha tempered line surimono sword blade sword fittings sword guards swordsmiths tachi Tokugawa shogunate triptych TSUBA Unsigned UTAGAWA KUNIYOSHI wakizashi weapons Woodblock print nishiki-e worn yakiba Yamashiro province